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Archives for October 2009

Are The Democrats Out To Lunch?

23 October 2009 | Jeanette Rishell, 50th HOD District | 25 Comments

Here’s an interesting story about the 50th District race I heard this afternoon that readers might find somewhat amusing.
Jeanette Rishell has about eight paid staffers working for her campaign, about the same staff size you might expect in a congressional campaign, but she’s hugely loaded up with these staffers in her quixotic attempt to do better than […]

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Illegal Alien Lobby: Jews Are Nazis

22 October 2009 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 10 Comments


Here’s a nice piece of work from the illegal alien lobby’s “Dead Gringo Productions” that really ought to enamor the public with their policy objectives.  Calling Jews “Nazis” is a sure way to win over a whole lot of hearts and minds, dontcha think?

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Best Web 2.0 Nominations Are Open!

21 October 2009 | Blogs | No Comments

Bearing Drift has nominations up for the best use of New Media this election cycle, and the list so far is pretty impressive.  Head on over and nominate who you think did the best with video, campaign blogs and other new media technologies, and help recognize the folks who are on the cutting edge of […]

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John Bell Trolls For Cash In Gay Bar

20 October 2009 | 13th HOD District | 33 Comments

Tonight Democrat John Bell, who is seeking to defeat Delegate Bob Marshall in the 13th District, is out at “Freddie’s Beach Bar and Restaurant” all the way down in Arlington with the Virginia Partisans Gay and Lesbian Club trying to raise campaign cash.  Not only is this several districts away from where Bell is mounting […]

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Arts Grants Process in Prince William County Needs Reform

19 October 2009 | Prince William County | 16 Comments

Guest Post by Howard Roark
Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart should announce at the BOCS meeting tomorrow that he is shutting down the arts grants panel. It is not transparent and it allows conflicts of interest to determine much of the arts funding in Prince William County. All future requests for funding from […]

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Steve Shannon Video Tops 10,000 Views

18 October 2009 | Virginia Politics, Blogs | 4 Comments

UPDATE 10/27: Now over 18,000 views!


This quick edit of what happened during a debate between Virginia Attorney General candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Steve Shannon topped the 10k viewership mark this evening.  It’s been picked up far and wide by political observers who still can’t fathom how a state-wide candidate could blunder so badly during […]

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Taking The Fight To Them

17 October 2009 | Arlington County | 7 Comments


Republicans are even fighting in deep-blue Arlington where Aaron Ringel is taking on a huge battle in the 48th District to unseat Bob Brink, the Chairman of the House Homosexual Caucus. If you know someone in this district, you need to call them today and not only get their promise to […]

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Two More Illegal Aliens Sentenced To Life In Prison

17 October 2009 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 38 Comments

The Gainesville Times reports that two MS-13 members were sentenced to life in prison in connection with the murder of a rival gang member outside a Springfield restaurant, and unsurprisingly, they’re both illegal aliens.  The Virginia State Police has estimated that 90% of MS-13 members are illegal aliens, so it’s of little surprise when there’s […]

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Arts Funding Scandal in PWC

16 October 2009 | Prince William County | 23 Comments

Sometimes an open thread offers a fascinating opportunity for folks who know about what’s really going on in county government to tear away the veil of secrecy that hides all sorts of nefarious doings.  This weeks’s open thread offers a particularly enlightening episode, where two commentors start digging into the diversion of taxpayer funds from Prince […]

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Open Thread

15 October 2009 | Uncategorized | 87 Comments

Once again I’m backed up on a few work projects, so this is your opportunity to take the floor.

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Skinner Shines, Bass Bumbles

13 October 2009 | Manassas City | 33 Comments

While Manassas Police Chief Skinner once again demonstrates a level of professionalism that other area chiefs would be well advised to take note of, Manassas Councilwoman Cheryl Bass dramatically heads in the opposite direction.  Just as Chief Skinner announces that pro-life demonstrators will enjoy relaxed restrictions on their protests at a local abortion clinic, Bass strangely […]

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Tidal Wave Coming In The House Of Delegates

12 October 2009 | Virginia House | 27 Comments

It’s been a long, long time since a Governor’s race looked to be generating coat-tails for candidates for the House of Delegates, but 2009 looks like it’s going to break a lot of the rules of conventional wisdom.  In several races, Republican candidates are within the margin of error where in years past there wouldn’t be a chance […]

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Local Media Blasts Luke Torian

12 October 2009 | 52nd HOD District | 11 Comments

About the only thing not mentioned in the News & Messenger’s slam of Luke Torian’s surprise no-show at the NAACP debate was that Torian was actually knocking back free cocktails and oysters at a reception hosted by the NVBIA, a developer lobbying group, while Raphael Lopez was left to debate an empty chair.  Nice to see […]

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Paul Nichols Fires Back

11 October 2009 | 51st HOD District | 54 Comments

The liberal Blue Virginia blog reports that former Redskin Curtis Jordan taped a robo-call that went out in the 51st District today to address the issue of Delegate Paul Nichols being arrested in 2006 on charges of assaulting a police officer.  Here’s the transcript, according to them:

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Dems Concede Governor’s Race Already

10 October 2009 | Virginia Politics | 12 Comments

In honor of Not Larry Sabato essentially declaring that Democrats will not win any of the state-wide races this election cycle, I bring you the video of Bob McDonnell’s speech at the Patriots Dinner of the Prince William County Republican Committee earlier this month.  After watching this, I’m pretty sure readers will agree that Bob […]

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Jeanette Rishell Lies About Endorsements In Flyer

10 October 2009 | Jeanette Rishell, 50th HOD District | 19 Comments

 
UPDATED…
The Jeanette Rishell campaign is handing out these flyers today in Manassas Park, claiming that she is endorsed by the Virginia Education Association.  Only she’s not.  Her opponent, Delegate Jackson Miller is the one who the VEA endorsed candidate in this race.  Who would have thought that Jeanette Rishell’s campaign would sink so low as […]

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Paul Nichols Arrested For Assaulting A Cop

9 October 2009 | 51st HOD District | 88 Comments

Delegate Paul Nichols was taken into custody for resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer?  Not good.

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Luke Torian Blows Off The NAACP Debate

8 October 2009 | 52nd HOD District | 13 Comments

UPDATE: So what was Torian doing instead of honoring his commitment to the NAACP?  Knocking back cocktails and eating oysters at a reception hosted by developers.  I guess we know where Torian’s actual loyalties lie now, don’t we?
Now this campaign season is getting seriously strange.  I heard tonight that Like Torian didn’t show up at the […]

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Steve Shannon Staffers Attack Me

7 October 2009 | Virginia Politics | 29 Comments

What campaign in their right mind would ever try to assault a blogger?


Ken Cuccinelli demostrated pretty conclusively this evening that Steve Shannon lacks competence in what the Attorney General’s office actually does. When asked what divisions there are in the Virginia Attorney General’s office and what those divisions do, Steve Shannon […]

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Luke Torian’s Biscuit-Gate Scandal

6 October 2009 | 52nd HOD District | 12 Comments

Ok, maybe it doesn’t rise to quite that level, but it is pretty darned hilarious to see Luke Torian spending campaign funds on, of all things, dog biscuits.  I guess if you don’t give enough biscuits to Fido the Campaign Wonder Dog, he’ll eat all the yard signs piling up in campaign headquarters that people don’t seem […]

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